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quintana, "abc 7 news". >> dan: right on both counts. john alston continues live in downtown napa. we have been watching the river for days, how does it look tonight? >> reporter: it's fine right now after a day of rain it's stopped for the time being. behind me is a bloated napa river but well within the banks. this area is very saturated. the storm has brought some flooding in wine country. water overtopped a levee along sonoma creek where it borders the larsen family winery and this year the creek has been especially high. water is continuing to flood into a portion of the 70 acres of chardonay vines. vineyard looks more like a like in some areas. this is both good and bad. >> its nuisance but not a bad. it's good for the ground and agriculture and recharge our groundwater. it's a pain, you can see there are trees and logs and basketballs and whatever comes down the creek is what we get. >> reporter: he says it cost about $10,000 over year to remove all of that junk once the rainy season ends. they plan to rebuild the levee but that temporary solution when the air goes into flood. we're
the napa river, flood stage, 16 feet. it will go over about a foot over flood stage tonight, tomorrow morning, same holds true for the napa river. over flood stage for a temporary amount of time and then recede quickly tomorrow. we'll check out the rainfall totals and the forecast coming up. >> ama: a warning in the south bay. the creek is about to overflow its banks. we're live in men menlo park. >> this is the bridge and crews just arrive. they brought sandbags and are placing them here along the street. they've also blocked off this entire area. they're trying to keep the curious public away from the rising waters of the creek. where we are, the creek divides palo alto and menlo park, and the last time it overran its banks was back in 1998, and they think it's going to flood again tonight. within the past hour or so men lo park firefighters have been driving through neighborhoods, warning residents about the rising creek. the san mateo county security alert system is calling people. there are homes that run along -- right along the creek, and those residents are feeling a
bernard is live in napa. a dramatic water rescue on napa river. >> much of wine country is still drying out after the storm, but the napa river as you can see here is still high, swollen with rain. we arrived moments after a man wound up in the river right underneath the third street bridge. >> a man flailing, fighting to stay afloat in the middle of the napa river. crowds on the bank watched the drama unfold. >> they were there really quick. >> we needed to get him out real quick. we got a good throw on the rope. >> the victim was pulled ashore. a ladder was brought in and the man was pulled to safety. there was no time to waste. in sonoma county, high water is still a big issue. intersection of 12 and 121 was underwater when sonoma creek overflowed its banks. today the water is still spilling into nearby vineyards. >> it looks like the ocean is out there right now. only nice thing is all the vines are dormant so there is no harm. >> dozens of roads are still flooded. george lives near sonoma creek and he is frustrated. >> every year there is more water in the creek and less creek to c
in antioch. fairfield, 47. 49 already in napa. 50 in san francisco. redwood city, mountain view, 47. so here's a look at the forecast. we'll go to clear sky tonight. it will be cold. get ready for inland fog as temperatures dipping below freezing, few high clouds, cool new year's eve night, and then mostly sunny on new year's day. here's a look at the setup, at least for today. high pressure over us. northerly wind flow. kept temperatures cool and also helped to scour out the clouds them wind dies down tonight and look for upper 20s and low 30s, the best probability of frost in those locations. 43 in san francisco, 32 in morgan hill. we do have a storm system poised just off the coast. right now forecast models want to keep the showers associated with this off the coast so this low, as well ace this cold front, will drag across the bay area. christmas eve night, early christmas -- criminal -- new year's eve -- i'm a week off -- new year's eve night and new year's day it will drag across the bay area, could possibly bring a sprinkle mainly off the coast. we'll go ahead and put this in animat
for patchy fog. 34 fairfield. 36 concord, you can see here mid 30s in santa rosa and napa. san francisco, oakland san jose not as cold. into 40s but going to be on l cool side there. here is a look at the system. it's east now, we're now getting a break. so we're going see high pressure ai. break coming up tomorrow, all day, you'll see dry conditions for your thursday. mostly sunny skies. clouds give waig to blue skies. looking at sierra nevada storm winding down, winter torm warning remains in affect until 11:00 p.m. tonight. chain controls still possible. the snow coming down in spots. next system coming in friday evening 5:00 p.m. just clouds around. as we head into 7:00 or 8:00 hour showers developing in the north way. this is friday night. and we take you through time tonight. main system into saturday morning. rain moving in across the heart of the bay area, doesn't look very impressive this, will produce maybe a tenth to a quarter inch. half an inch possible over the higher terrain. so if have you plans don't cancel plans. low to mid-50s, clear lake upper 40s mostly sunny skies ar
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